CTV News - Top Stories Raonic tops Miller to head to clinch spot in third round at Australian Open 2017-01-19T06:21:59.000000Z Third-seeded Milos Raonic maintained his record of reaching the third round all seven years he has contested the Australian Open. Hardworking Winnipeg server gets life-changing $1,000 tip 2017-01-19T02:54:00.000000Z A Winnipeg restaurant server thought one of her customers was out to lunch when she received a life-changing $1,000 tip on Saturday. Dramatic video shows two armed robberies in central Alberta 2017-01-19T02:41:25.000000Z Two separate, but equally frightening, armed robberies were caught by surveillance cameras in central Alberta. B.C. jury set to begin deliberations Thursday for accused human smugglers 2017-01-19T01:15:38.000000Z A jury in Vancouver is expected to begin deliberations on Thursday in the case of four men accused of smuggling hundreds of Tamil migrants into Canada. Alanis Morissette manager admits to $4.8M theft from singer 2017-01-19T00:02:00.000000Z The former business manager for Alanis Morissette admitted embezzling more than $7 million from the singer and other celebrities and agreed to plead guilty to federal charges, prosecutors said Wednesday. Montreal Expos star Tim Raines elected to Baseball Hall of Fame 2017-01-18T23:20:00.000000Z Former Montreal star Tim Raines along with Jeff Bagwell, and Ivan Rodriguez have been elected to baseball's Hall of Fame, earning the honour as Trevor Hoffman and another Expos great, Vladimir Guerrero, fell just short. Obama's biggest advice for Trump: listen 2017-01-18T22:52:00.000000Z In his final press conference as U.S. president, Barack Obama offered some personal advice for President-elect Donald Trump: listen to everyone, even if you disagree with them. Trump commerce nominee Wilbur Ross talks tough on NAFTA 2017-01-18T15:05:00.000000Z President-elect Donald Trump's pick for commerce secretary said Wednesday he won't be "pushed around" by anyone as he signalled a potentially painful road ahead for Canada and Mexico in trade talks with their U.S. neighbour. PM defends French response to anglo Quebecer 2017-01-18T09:50:00.000000Z Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Wednesday defended his French-language response to English-speaking Quebecers the night before, sounding regretful but stopping short of apologizing. Illicit drug deaths reach record high in B.C. 2017-01-18T09:24:00.000000Z More than 900 people died in British Columbia last year from illicit drug overdoses, but the provincial health minister says the toll could have been far higher and he warned the federal government Wednesday the epidemic is spreading across Canada.